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Technical Assistance Services for Communities (TASC)

TASC Midnite Mine Site
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This website is a location for hyperlinks to documents created by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (U.S. EPA) TASC program for the Midnite Mine Superfund site.

UPDATE: ALL WELCOME TO ATTEND A COMMUNITY WORKSHOP

Wednesday, October 29, 2014
2:00 until 8:00 PM
Tribal Longhouse
Wellpinit, Spokane Indian Reservation

A design plan for cleanup of contamination at Midnite Mine is nearly complete. Community members are welcome to attend this informational workshop regarding the plan.  At the meeting, an independent community advisor will provide a summary of the cleanup plan and make technical comments on areas of potential community concern. Community members will also have the opportunity to learn more about the effects of uranium mining including information about radiation, how contaminants move through the environment and cleanup methods. Material will be provided in easy to understand plain language. Join the discussion to understand the issues, ask questions and learn how to provide input.

October 2014

TASC Review of the Midnite Mine Superfund Site (90 Percent) Design

Midnite Mine Superfund Process Document

January 2013

TASC Review of the Midnite Mine Superfund Site Preliminary (30 Percent) Design

October 2012

Midnite Mine September 21, 2012 TASC Community Call Notes

September 2012

Midnite Mine August 21, 2012 Techncial Meeting Summary

Summary of Community Concerns

July 2012

Midnite Mine July 17, 2012 Techncial Meeting Summary

June 2012

Techncial Assistance Requests

March 2012

TASC Presentation

TASC Spokane Aerial Radiation Survey Review

TASC Remedial Design Work Plan Review

 

For more information, please visit:
U.S. EPA's TASC Program
U.S. EPA's Midnite Mine Site Webpage
U.S. EPA's Midnite Mine Site Technical Documents
 
For more information on TASC work at the Midnite Mine Site, please contact:
Alison Frost
TASC Technical Assistance Specialist
afrost@skeo.com
(719) 256-6708
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